Van de Beek says he’s ready to prove himself at Frankfurt.

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Van de Beek says he’s ready to prove himself at Frankfurt.

Manchester United released Donny van de Beek to Eintracht Frankfurt on loan until the end of the season with an option to buy on January 1. Which he has come out to express confidence that he will be able to return to good form.

Manchester United outcast on loan with option to buy

Van de Beek is expecte to leave Old Trafford this summer following three miserable seasons with the Red Devils. Where he’s manage just two goals and two assists in 60 appearances.

He has failed to usurp Bruno Fernandes in the pecking order and even the arrival of his former Ajax manager Erik ten Hag couldn’t revive his fortunes.

Manchester United midfielder has announced he is ready to play for Eintracht Frankfurt after joining the club on loan until the end of the season.

“I came here to help the team and play at a high level of football. I believe Frankfurt is the right team and a good team for me.” Donny van de Beek told

Marcus Krosch, the Red Eagles’ service manager, spoke about the deal, saying: ” fits our style of play perfectly and will be an important part of our team. He brings a wealth of international experience to the team which our young players will benefit from.”

“Donny is a midfielder who shoots goals well. And above all else He will help us move forward to a better position.”

In 2022/23, the midfielder only played 10 games,

Starting just four times, and had his season ended early following a horrific knee injury in January.

With Mason Mount joining United, there is no place in the squad for the 26-year-old whom Ole Gunnar Solskjaer signed for £40million, with the player recently admitting he was open to a move.